The stacked rings of the Diva collection by Giovanni Ferraris: precious stones together with a skilful goldsmith’s technique ♦ ︎
Stacking different rings can be fun. But it is a game that has some contraindications. The first: if the rings on the same finger are many, it is difficult to remember the best sequence. Furthermore, it is easy for one of the rings to be lost. Third, it is easy that not all rings are of the same quality. Yet the game is nice. The solution has devised the skillful technique of Giovanni Ferraris, one of the leading names in the great jewelry of Valenza. His collection Divina, in fact, has divinely interpreted the game with the solution to avoid problems and get all the benefits from stacking rings. In fact, the seven circles that make up each ring in this collection are softly linked by a virtually invisible griffe. The ring, therefore, can be spread like an accordion or remain compressed as a single element. In short, as for the musketeers of Alexander Dumas: one for all and all for one.
As these are stacked rings, each circle has its own personality: shiny or satin gold, white, pink or yellow, with colored stones or diamonds, rubies or emeralds. Anchor: with stones of the same size or different. Or all these categories together. Certainly they are not rings that bore.